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School board hopefuls answer questions
February 21, 2001
From Signal Staff Reports The Signal asked the following questions to the five candidates for School Board positions in the Baldwin district. Responses are listed alphabetically. Two of the candidates, Lonnie Broers and Ed Schulte, are running unopposed, but provided their answers to inform district patrons of their views. Broers and Schulte are incumbents, Broers for one the two Baldwin City spots and Schulte for one of the two Vinland positions. The other three candidates, Blaine Coen, Chip Hornberger and Jay Pratt, are running for one of the two Marion Springs positions. The top two vote getters from Tuesday’s primary will advance to the general election on April 3.
Two-year council candidates share their views
February 21, 2001
The Signal asked the following questions to the three two-year candidates for Baldwin City Council.
Council tackles full agenda
February 21, 2001
The City Council on Monday night addressed several agenda items, ranging from a request to vacate a street, to approving an ordinance and resolution for an electric bond.
City council candidates communicate on issues
February 21, 2001
Communication, fiscal responsibility and the proposed business/recreation park were some of the issues that Baldwin City Council candidates expressed concern about during a public forum Thursday night.
Mixed bag for Baker in basketball action
February 21, 2001
Baker University’s basketball teams have been busy, with mixed results. The Baker men split a pair of games, while the women won two games, but lost Monday to end their season.
Mayoral forum brings out issues
February 21, 2001
The four candidates for Baldwin City mayor addressed issues of growth, recreation and business in front of a sizable crowd of around 200 people on Feb. 1.
Mixed bag for Baker basketball
February 21, 2001
Baker University’s basketball teams have been busy, with mixed results. The Baker men split a pair of games, while the women won two games, but lost Monday to end their season.
BHS grapplers state bound
February 21, 2001
GARNETT Mark up another one for the Baldwin High School wrestling team. The Bulldogs qualified five wrestlers for the Class 4A State Wrestling Tournament and took fourth place as a team during regional competition here Friday and Saturday.
This ‘crisis’ is all about the art of cooking
February 21, 2001
Childish sign behavior
February 21, 2001
Rebman apologizes
February 21, 2001
Bulldog girls take big wins
February 21, 2001
What a week it was for the Baldwin High School girls. A pair of victories put them in good shape for a run at the Frontier League title and a top spot in sub-state play.
More on electricity
February 21, 2001
BHS boys fall hard to Spring Hill
February 21, 2001
After Friday night’s meltdown loss to Spring Hill, Baldwin High School’s “home” Class 4A Sub-State Tournament isn’t so secure. The Bulldogs could find themselves on the road for the first game of the Baldwin-based sub-state.
Judith Adell Davidson
February 21, 2001
Trevor Arthur Leeker
February 21, 2001
Trevor Leeker leaves many lessons of love
February 21, 2001
Trevor Leeker, the infant who touched the community and the toddler who defied doctors’ expectations, died Saturday at his home. He was 21 months old.
Clerk explains ballot; class plans a forum
February 21, 2001
With the wide-spread interest in Tuesday’s primary election for Baldwin City mayor, city council and school board positions, there are a couple of items voters should be aware of.
Mayoral candidates answer questions
February 21, 2001
The Signal asked the following questions to the four candidates for Baldwin City mayor. Responses are listed alphabetically.
Four-year city council candidates answer questions
February 21, 2001
The Signal asked the following questions to the six candidates for the two four-year positions on the Baldwin City Council.
Speak with your votes
February 21, 2001
Baldwin in Brief
February 21, 2001